Smart Labels: Technologies and Market Opportunities Analysis

Price: Starting at USD 4,500
Publish Date: 23 Feb 2023
Code: AN-5342
Research Type: Research Report
Smart Labels: Technologies and Market Opportunities Analysis
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Identify the key use cases where smart labels will create new opportunities.
  • Determine the main connectivity technologies that will drive smart label ecosystem growth, and understand their relative roles. Technologies range from passive Radio Frequency (RF) and Short-Range Wireless (SRW) technologies to proprietary and cellular Low-Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN).
  • Create a strategic roadmap regarding how to position smart labels within your product portfolio and what the strategic opportunities are to enter this market.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • What are the key use cases that will prove the value of smart labels? How do these vary by technology?
  • How important is the evolution of various technologies, from batteries and printing to Integrated Subscriber Identity Module (iSIM) and geolocation, in enabling the market to flourish?
  • What are the current initiatives and what are the opportunities to watch?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • Detailed forecasts for the smart label market.
  • Roadmap for the evolution of the smart label market, from a technology and use case perspective.
  • Breakdown of smart label ecosystem today: who are the main players and who will play a transformational role in this market?
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Strategists at Internet of Things (IoT) solution companies who want to understand the range of tools at their disposal to create a differentiated solution.
  • Innovation leaders at hardware companies, such as tag printers and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) vendors, who are looking to expand their portfolio and capitalize on new opportunities.
  • Smart label vendors who want to understand how to commercialize their products, understand the competitive environment in which they operate, and look to leverage their technology know-how to differentiate their products.
  • Software vendors looking to understand the convergence of digital Identity (ID) and the IoT.

Table of Contents


Asset Tracking Smart Labels: Identifying the Market

Category Definition: Smart Label Characteristics
Vendors: Who Are the Protagonists in the Smart Label Market?
Connectivity Choices: Smart Label Design Considerations
Use Cases: Creating Value with Smart Labels
Summing Up

Appendix 1: Smart Labels as Function, Not Form Factor

Gradations on the Label Spectrum
Evolution of the Market

Appendix 2: Technologies Contributing to a Growing Asset Tracking Smart Label Market

Chip and Module Designs
SIM Technologies